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Iron Chef House
Posted by Victor on 11/02/2011
Atmosphere is fine. Some basic Japanese items adorn the walls. Service was OK, not great. I had the sushi platter, which included a couple rolls an a variety of fish. The fish did not seem fresh. The taste was blah, and the texture was plastic-like. I suspect it was from the weekend. That was a big disappointment in light of the reviews of this place. The rolls were tight, but not very plump, so, even if the fish were fresh, there wasnt much there. I would not return.
Posted by Anonymous on 05/27/2011
Great sushi, great specials from the chef. Get the love boat always different and unique
Posted by Drew on 10/27/2010
Everything is very high quality and the menu features some creative options. The waiters generally make good recommendations. I always enjoy my meal here.
Posted by anonymous on 07/15/2010
A cheap, reasonable sushi restaurant in Brooklyn Heights. Fare is fine if unspectacular. Ambient music may be a little over-done; visit only if a fan of repeated Enya tracks. Staff are generally OK although over-eager to whisk plates away and get rid of patrons when closing approaches.
Posted by Oscar and Indy on 03/20/2010
Cannot get enough of this excellent sushi spot and it's Chef and staff. I have had all my friends and family eat here and everyone has loved it even the non-sushi eaters. Please keep doing what you love and we will keep coming. Thank you !
Posted by pj on 02/05/2010
a tiny boite of a place that has a wonderful theatrical atmosphere about it. the chefs at the far end of the place are on a raised "stage" with spotlights directed at them and are all in white including the tall chef hats--very dramatic. the wait staff couldn't be friendlier or more accomodating. they behave as if their livelihood depended on making you happy. what a nove idea! wouldn't it be nice if other places, say noodle pudding a few blocks away, would consider that tack. oh yes, the food. extremely well prepared and delicious. there is a sense of occasion dining at this gem of a restaurant. this is a rave review.
Posted by hicks street on 11/24/2009
The sushi here is very good, but it's the people that make you come back for more. I have lived in the Heights for almost a decade now and i was probably one of the first patrons of this place and I love it. The food is great and the service is even better. I routinely ask "What's good" or "What do you suggest" and i have never been steered wrong. Love this place. Wish it was a bit less expensive, but oh well it's NYC and everything is expensive!!!!